The Richmond City Commission will meet Monday to review and consider approving a final change order for the 2nd Street rehab project.
The meeting will take place at 600 Morton Street, in Richmond, at 4 p.m.
The city has rebuilt the outfall structure on 2nd Street, and the final change order will be for a quantities adjustment on materials used to complete the project.
The city also will consider an engineering contract for the water well and water plant.
“We don’t have the money required lying in the bank, so we are going to have to borrow some bond funds for it,” said Richmond City Manager Teri Vela. “We are getting permission to go forward with the engineering piece of it. This is just to provide water capacity in our system.”
In addition, the city’s sign ordinance will be discussed and reviewed. The ordinance is reviewed every few years to determine what, if any, changes and updates are necessary.
A company to host and update the city’s website also will be reviewed.
“We need to keep up with technology, and there are firms out there that keep up with it on the city’s behalf,” Vela said. “The company would do all of it for us; a design and host, as well as a new format look.”
There will be a public hearing to review and discuss the juvenile curfew ordinance. The review occurs every three years, and the suggestion has been to keep the current curfew rule in effect.